I am finding your constant insults and putdowns of other people to be
Please get this into your head: it is possible that someone might
disagree with you for reasons other than ignorance. Each time I read
one of your replies you are again attacking someone as ignorant for
daring to disagree with you. You should understand that in our culture
this is rude and insulting, typically the behavior of the young and
I think that it is very clear that we need a much wider range of
voices from the countries that are not well served by ASCII. At the
moment we are hearing from a self selecting group that are able to
cope with the existing situation. Not surprisingly, that
self-selecting group sees no problem. But that does not make them
representative of the 2 billion plus individuals affected by the
specifications we deliver.
The tone of this discussion resembles an editor war. Of course there
are going to be advocates for the charset equivalent of JCL.There is
however a difference. My objection to the way we work now is that it
has real consequences for both the work product and the way it is
On Sun, Mar 21, 2010 at 5:29 PM, Masataka Ohta
Doug Ewell wrote:
For more information on this enlightening and forward-thinking approach
to internationalization, the interested reader may be directed to RFC 1815.
Thank you for a good reference.
Today, people in Japan receiving unicode encoded Chinese mail
do suffer and complain.
Many Kanji characters in JIS are displayed with Japanese font
while many other Kanji characters not in JIS are some Chinese
font, because of lack of information of unicode, which has been
obvious long before I wrote 1815.
It should be noted that it is still difficult to understand
1815 if you have limited expertise to use Latin, Greek and
Cyrillic characters only.
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